Home Healthcare

Independent Living Meets Autonomous Monitoring at Home

Continuous monitoring for continuous care — wherever they call home

Autonomous Vital Signs Monitoring for Home Care

Bringing Home the Value of Continuous Monitoring

There are many reasons why home is an ideal place for healing. But “hospital- at-home” programs must overcome a number of hurdles, ranging from patient compliance issues to avoidable hospital readmissions to nervous loved ones. Autonomous, contact-free, continuous vital signs monitoring can provide the support these patients need in the most comfortable, cost-effective settings — their own homes.

Improve Outcomes

Detect deterioration to reduce hospital readmissions and transfers amongst high-risk patients.

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Optimize Patient Compliance

Simple, autonomous operation makes it easier for patients to comply with home monitoring — and to qualify for it.

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Reduce Cost of Care

Help avoid unnecessary hospitalizations, meet quality metrics and take advantage of Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement.

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Provide Peace of Mind

Give patients’ loved ones added confidence in their care and wellbeing.

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Improve Outcomes

Help Reduce Hospital Readmissions with Continuous Monitoring at Home

Patients with chronic respiratory issues are known to be frequent users of Emergency Departments.1,2 Continuous heart and respiratory rate monitoring can help their healthcare providers identify early signs of issues and intervene early, helping to:

  • Improve patient clinical outcomes
  • Improve hospital financial outcomes by avoiding unnecessary readmissions
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Proven Results

Compared to in-hospital care for patients with chronic conditions, studies have associated hospital-at-home programs with:3

  • Lower risk of hospital readmissions
  • Lower risk of long-term care admissions
  • Reduced depression and anxiety
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Optimize Patient Compliance

Extend Hospital Care at Home to More Patients

Compliance is a common challenge for remote physiological monitoring at home, with hurdles ranging from cognitive abilities to internet access. Autonomous monitoring can help overcome these challenges with no wearables, no internet required and no manual data entry for the patient. The result? Better care made possible at home — and a larger pool of patients who qualify for it.

Addressing Patient Compliance in Home-Based Care

Evidence suggests patient compliance in home-based telehealth programs can degrade over time, even if it starts out well. Success factors include:4

  • System implementation style
  • User training and competence in system usage
  • Patient health education
  • And more

Autonomous, contact-free vital signs monitoring can help avoid common obstacles and make home-based monitoring a viable option for more patients.

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Reduce Healthcare Costs

Provide Cost-Effective Care at Home

Remote physiological monitoring at home can be affordable for patients and health systems. With continuous vital signs monitoring, you can provide the support to help keep patients healthy at home and intervene in lower-acuity settings at the earliest signs of a problem.

  • Avoid penalties stemming from hospital readmissions
  • Help patients take advantage of Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement
Supporting Better Clinical and Financial Outcomes

The XK300 is FDA 510(k) cleared for use as a home healthcare sensor for data collection to inform patient care. Find the appropriate codes and discover your potential return on investment in our RPM Reimbursement Guide.

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Provide Peace of Mind

Add Confidence for Patients and Their Loved Ones

Approximately 92 million Americans are living with chronic respiratory or cardiovascular disease.5-10 This population benefits greatly from 24/7 heart and respiratory rate monitoring — but this level of monitoring is far from feasible for their loved ones providing care at home. Autonomous, continuous monitoring adds a layer of support and connects patients to their healthcare providers when help is needed.

Heart and Respiratory Rate Matter

Cardiovascular disease, COPD, Covid-19 and pneumonia are just a few chronic conditions that can benefit from home-based monitoring of heart and respiratory rate. Learn how the XK300 can monitor these vital signs — continuously and autonomously.

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Supporting the Clinical, Operational and Economic Metrics that Matter

Explore our Knowledge Base for the latest evidence supporting radar-based monitoring at home and beyond. Then reach out to learn how the technology can work for you.


How Radar Technology Can Transform the Future of Home Care

This McKnights article highlights how advances in autonomous, radar-based monitoring can make home healthcare more accessible, affordable and effective.

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Meet the Newest Member of Your Home Care Team

The XK300 uses radar monitoring to track heart rate, respiratory rate and more — continuously and autonomously — and then securely sends the data to a physician or monitoring provider. No wearables. No entering data into a portal. Just simple, accurate, FDA-approved monitoring from the comfort of home.

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Footnotes, disclaimers, or citations as needed

1Kumbhare SD, Beiko T, Wilcox SR, Strange C. Characteristics of COPD patients using United States emergency care or hospitalization. Chronic Obstr Pulm Dis. 2016; 3(2): 539-548. doi: http://doi.org/10.15326/jcopdf.3.2.2015.0155

2Hasegawa, K., Tsugawa, Y., Tsai, CL. et al. Frequent utilization of the emergency department for acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Respir Res 15, 40 (2014).

3Arsenault-Lapierre G, Henein M, Gaid D, Le Berre M, Gore G, Vedel I. Hospital-at-Home Interventions vs In-Hospital Stay for Patients With Chronic Disease Who Present to the Emergency Department: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(6):e2111568. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.11568 https://doi.org/10.1186/1465-9921-15-40

4Maeder A, Poultney N, Morgan G, Lippiatt R. Patient Compliance in Home-Based Self-Care Telehealth Projects. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2015;21(8):439-442. doi:10.1177/1357633X15612382